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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ?or The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Edilor WHILE western women, are still cutting hems off of their summer the designers are pre- dicting a drop for fall. Makes one wonder where the skirts will be the next summer. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could for once just forget about length? If instead of fretting over where the length of your skirt is, just wear it where you want? There is nothing wrong with fashion changes and new styles. For the most part, fashion represents the present way of life, and everyone needs a change now and then. But especially since the combination mini-maxi look has proved so popular and the combination pant- dresses, why not have a combination in your own closet. You might want a maxi look for a theatre night, a midi one for shopping and a mini for a night at the cabaret. Or change them about any way you like. It's this stereotyped attitude we have toward dress that becomes frustrating to the shopper, and impos- sible for those women who can't change their whole wardrobe at the whim of a few designers especially when the whim takes a plunge to the ankle. .if we could condition ourselves to think of all lengths as acceptable. if we could king a lot simpler and life a lot easier. Mi .-.ill keep old man's pocketbook a lit- tle heavier too. Remember when airplanes were the big thing? Guess they st; 1 are in some parts. The big thing now is flying mci nil rockets. As one of those 1, of children who always have and always will 'elp at being put to bed in the daylight, I model airplanes well. A next-door neigh >nr, by the name of Gary Bald- win, used to sit outs.i long summer evenings and. fly his model craft. The buzz and whi hardly to the extent mother as I told her noise outside." My motive, of cou c, was that I should be allowed hen you're nine years old you inniving mothers are. v collaboration with each other. To my utter d'isgust 1 discovered the model air- planes were being flown in the schoolground across the street almost entirely out of earshot. Not only was I r.iisured that I couldn't, pull the wool over my mothe" eyes, but it didn't put me in very good stead witi my 18-year-old friend next door either. was a bit noisy, I expect, but irritation I described to my couldn't sleep "with all that to stay up later, but don't yet realize how Mothers operate WIG SAL AND SERVICE fnuY'c CUB I 5 SALON J2J 13th St N. Sll.'.SS Expects Many TOKYO (AP) The Japan Tourist Bureau is expecting tourists from 130 coun- tries to visit Expo '70, the world exposition in Osaka. CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL TONIGHT, WJRDAY 8 O'CLOCK A Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus 2 7-Number Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 3 Cards for or 25c each (located Next lo No. 1 Fireball) PLEASE NOTE! Effective Wed., May 13th WILL REMAIN CLOSED ALL PAY WEDNESDAYS for the cojivc-r'ience of their staff SECOND ANNUAL Y1 MEN'S urn STAG FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1970 MARQUIS HOTEL To Reserve Tickets Phone 327-7437 or 327-0243 My Mother Is Swell.... (The following poems were submitted by the language and reading class of Miss Emma-Jean Bokovoy at Central Elementary School.) My Mother is swell She's my very best pal, She washes my face At a very fast pace: She washes the floor Even though it's a bore. My Mother works all day And doesn't play with clay. She often gives me dimes And recites n'ursery rhymes That wonderful Mother of mine. Happy Mother's Day. Bailey MOTHER'S DAY POEM Mother is kind, Mother is true, Aiid if there is anything that f can do, Just call me dear Mother and I will obey, Because this is your own very special day. Dear Mother you are always at my beck and call. And you will do. for me anything at all, And then every year you get your just pay, So this is it, it's called "Mother's Day." Trevor Todd HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY On Mother's Day Which is very gay, 1 shall cook While you look. For you have worked While f read a book. So on Mother's Day I shall do the work. And the rest of the days, too Happy Mother's Day. Jang MOTHER'S DAY Mother's Day is here at last. Now stay in bed while f work fast, To cook a meal that's fit for you, So you'll feel good the whole day through. Happy Mothea''s Day. I'll always love you very true, Because you always give me good things to do. And when you're old and feeble'too, I'll stay by you the whole day through. Happy Mother's Day. Caldwell A MOTHER IS SPECIAL A mother is someone special, With an understanding heart, When others lost their faith in you, That's wlien yours will start. A Mother is someone dearly loved, And that is surely true, Of a Mother who is all these things. A Mother just like you. Happy Mother's Day Nerland .A SHOWY DISPIAY Henry Bosnian joins photo, gropher Bryan Wilson i' take effect after the 1971 biennial meeting. BEAUTY SCHOOL m s. of ELEGANCE Owned and Operated by ETHEt DOWNEY Complete Beauty Culture By 3 Expert Teachers "A Modern School With Modern Methods of Teaching" NIGHT CLASSES OPEN TO 1HE PUBLIC Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. Students Apply Now Namo........................... Address BEAUTY SCHOOL OF ELEGANCE 317 7lh Street South tilhbridjt 533 23 St. S., Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. J. McMahon with Mrs. A. Graham, 113 Corvette Cres- cent Wednesday at p.m. Mrs. H. Bartram with Mrs. J. Pisko, 712 12 SL S., Wednes- day at p.m. Mrs. E. Schil! with Mrs. P. Barry, 202 26 St. S. Tuesday at p.m. Many Transient Youth Expected Here This Year The Alberta member of a na- tional task force formed from the Consultation on Transieni Youth held recently in Montreal and called for by the Canadiar Welfare Council, expects a lol of young people to be travelling tlu'ough Lethbridge this sum- mer. Evelyn Batlcll of Edmonton said young people who are hitch hiking across Canada without money for sleeping commodalions will not be al- lowed to stay in the Banff Na- tional Park over night. Miss Batlell said word of Ihis has swept across Can- ada very quickly and the young transients will be travelling the alternate route through Lethbridge and the Crowsnest Pass. Miss Battell said she came to Lethbridge to see what ser- vices were available for the transient youths and if none were, to see if any agencies or young people are willing to get a youth hostel in operation. (Plans for a youth hostel ill Lethbridge have been made by a youth aid committee. The plans art to go before city council for consideration. The proposed site for the hostel is the old Cecil Hotel building on 1st Ave. S., near 3rd St.) Miss Battell will be covering the rest of Alberta to look for similar cities and towns who Gait School Celebrates 60 Years The Gait School of Nursing will celebrate its 60th anniver- sary on May 15, 16. A large number of former graduates are expected to attend. Registration will take place May 15 at 8 p.m. May 10 nurses will leave the Gait School at 10 a.m. for a bus tour of the city followed by luncheon and a Japanese tea ceremony. A reception at 6 anil banquet at will conclude the Dia- mond Jubilee celebration. Snacks Are Natural EDINBURGH, England (CP) Civilized man's fixed routine of three meals a day goes against his natural inclinations, says a team of researchers at ;he university here. By watch- ing test subjects, they discov- ered humans nibble snacks every DO minutes or so. Sucking candy or smoking cigarettes is a substitute for this drive. are willing to set up youth hostel for young people wanting to travel around Alberta, Nursing Alumni Elects Officers 'file St. Michael's School of Nursing Alumni held its March meeting in the cafeteria at St. Michael's Hospital with the elec- tion of officers. Elected as pres- ident was Mrs. Helen Paul- ence. Other officers include: vice-president, Mrs. Joanne Wis- hart, secretary Mrs. June Klely, treasurer Mrs. Sylvia Andres, MRS. HELEN PAULENCE ways and means: (1) Mrs. Mary Kay Miller, (2) Mrs. Izak; Social committee (1) Mrs. Car- roll (2) Mrs. Christie; member- ship convenor Mi's. Scheffer; Dulletin committee (1) Mrs. Con- nie Watmough (2) Mrs. Sheila Bailey, archivist Mrs. Julia De Maer'e. Speaker at this meeting was Miss Millie Hagel, who showed slides and spoke on her recent nursing experiences in Peru. A ?200 cheque from the alumni was presented to Miss Hagel to >e used by a selected Peruvian itudent nurse to help her toward ler nursing education. The next meeting will be a chili supper on Wednesday at 7.p.m. at St. Micahel's Hospital cafeteria. Guests will be the 1970, gi'ad- uating class. Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS WRITE FOR, FREE INFORMATION OVER METROPOtlTAN STORE 326A Blh Ave. West, Calgary QUALITY DRY CLEANING We strive for excellence ana" always keep up wild thi newest techniques and developments in field. Wilh you our customers always in mind we endeavor lo givt the finest in service and QUALITY DRY CLEANING. For Free Pick Up and Delivery Call BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS TAILORS 317 10th Street S. Phone 327-5771 Childhood Is Special Capture it Now! THOMAS 3 years son of MR. and MRS. A. TERASHIfcU LETHBRIDGE ;